Teen

Reviewed by: Yashveer Singh

A novella within the Stormlight Archive series, Edgedancer by Brandon Sanderson is about Lift, a young girl who must adapt to her new "awesome" powers of gliding across surfaces. Accompanied by a odd and timid vine creature that assists her on her ventures, Lift seeks out a malicious murderer known as Darkness who once nearly killed her. Leaving the suffocating life in the court of an emperor, Lift travels to Yeddaw, a bustling town specialized in selling information, to pursue the mysterious Darkness.

Edgedancer

Reviewed by: Mario Ernesto

Need a good book to read by yourself or with ur family I got an idea for you guys!!!! Wonder is such a great book for kids and adults. It’s about a kid named Augie that has a lot of health problems and his face has a lot of scars and is very different from other kids but he likes everything every single kid likes. It shows you how kids that have disabilities get treated horribly and it shows people how to handle those situations a very polite way. Kids are all innocent so they don’t deserve to be made fun of because of their health problems.

Wonder

Reviewed by: Isis Kelly Rodriguez

Colleen addressed different issues in this book but the main was about domestic abuse. I respect her, for she placed the readers in perception of both the victim and third person. It is imperative to do so as it reminded us that heavy undone decisions could only be understood by the person in situation; and that heavy undone decisions aren't applicable and easy as it sounds to some affairs.

It Starts With Us

Reviewed by: Laysha Lopez

A woman proud in her work and attention to detail, Molly Gray is the woman who plays the maid in the novel. She works at the luxury Regency Grand Hotel, fluffing pillows and cleaning the rooms of the guests who stay there. Despite Molly never being noticed due to the fact she's a maid, the world is hers and throughout the novel we see how she navigates herself throughout the complexities life entails. One day while working, she stumbles upon something she never imagined herself discovering, as she cleans one of the hotels guest rooms.

The Maid

Reviewed by: Gabrielle Sainnoval

I really loved Normal People, I have read it twice and watched the adaptation, and script. I am now rereading and I've noticed so many things I missed when reading the first time. The book is beautiful in the way of how realistic it is watching "normal people" grow but not actually grow at all. The character development happens but ever so slightly that it seems they've barely made any progress from the ages of 18 to 22. But they have just not as drastic as most people might hope.

Normal People

Reviewed by: Briayan Ruiz

The book is set as a manga you read from right to left and book cover is on the other side towards the end of the book and that book contains the manga Jujutsu Kaisen a very interesting anime where the characters have different abilities and Jutsus to fight off cursed spirits main characters being Itadori a young boy Gojo, Megumi and Nobaea.

What was your favorite, or least favorite part of the book and why? My favorite part is when he fights Aoi todo and least is when Megumi fights Geto.

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